Who has more red-carpet value?
Washington: The rise and fall of celebrities is a thing that no one can predict, but a number of experts have ranked some of the stars, who they feel will either make it or break it on the red-carpet.
The judging panel consists of Fashionista Editor Lauren Sherman, Racked Editor Danica Lo, celebrity stylist June Ambrose and Hollywood Life Fashion Editor Katrina Mitzeliotis.
First on the list is actress Lindsay Lohan, with a score of 4.3, and who was given average style scores by the editors.
“I want to see her wow us with a fashion comeback and leave the skimpy eighties dresses at home," a channel quoted Ambrose as saying.
Next is Carey Mulligan, with a score of 4.9, and experts say her willingness to experiment will definitely earn her style points.
Actress Angelina Jolie got 9.4, and the experts feel she should do away with the drab blacks and greys, and instead go for flavour, attitude and sex.
Anne Hathaway earned 7.1 points, and the experts feel that even though she does do well on the red carpet, she needs to get a little sexed-up once in a while.
Kim Kardashian scored 1.5, though the experts feel she tends to pander to the public by over accentuating her assets (boobs and butt) and rarely mixes things up.
Where Lady Gaga is concerned, she was given a rating of 10.2, with the experts saying that her growth potential seems limitless.
Actress Halle Berry scored 8.8, and the experts say that her personal life is what gave her red-carpet clout in 2010.
“Whether she’s in a plunging dress or a pantsuit, she never plays it safe,” Mitzeliotis said.
Actress Natalie Portman scored 15.3, and the experts say her engagement to sexy ballet dancer Benjamin Millepied along with the news that she’s having his baby, has made her the most valuable red-carpet celebrity going into 2011.